Tuesday, April 27, 2010

She's Just Like Her Mommy!


We were at playgroup last week, and Little One was drawn to the arts and crafts table. It was almost as if there was a magnetic pull or something. Of course! Lots of bright colours, PAINT, cotton balls, paintbrushes, and a whole slew of things that can help a toddler make lots and lots of mess! The messier the better, right? Right.

This is what Little One created. This blue, yellow, and green one is her very first painting! This is her second painting. I just love kid art. There's something so refreshing about kid art. It's just so natural, innocent, pure, creative, and fun!

Maybe Little One will draw and paint like her Mommy when she gets older.

Psssssssst! I'm hosting a contest/giveaway over here!!! Come by and enter for a copy of Rosemary Wells' "Read to Your Bunny"!

4 comments:

J at www.jellyjules.com said...

I think it would be kinda cool to frame one of them and use it as a decoration in her room. :)

Your art is gorgeous...so much talent. :)

t said...

She definately is like her Mommy! How'd her appointment go yesterday? Gimme a shout at work. I'm on lunch break now but you can call anytime.

C said...

J:
I'm trying to decide which one to frame. They're so cute!!! Great idea to have it hang in her room! :)

Thank you for your kind words. xoxo

C said...

T:
It went really well. Sorry I didn't get to call you today. I'll try maybe tomorrow and I'll go into detail about her appointment. XO

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